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post #16 of 22
The pan is fine - as long as you bake each part separately. Whoever thought that two cakes of different sizes like that should be hooked together in the same pan is nuts. Ah, yes, Wilton.
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post #17 of 22
I baked mine with a flower nail and they reached done at nearly the same time not to noticable a difference.
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post #18 of 22
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Originally Posted by sadsmile

The 3D pan is smaller then the stack you put together. You really had a giant cupcake then. Why didn't you like the pan?



They were the smallest pans I had. I did not make them real thick for the top. I just did not like the way the pan baked, I also did not like the thought of the cake not being torted in one lump piece and as long as I was going to torte, why not make layers? Made since to me.
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post #19 of 22
Yeah it makes sense( FYI that is the only time I have ever spelled it correctly haha I stink at spelling-and didn't want you to think I am mocking you icon_wink.gif ) Though I like the baked edges rather then a carved crumbly edge.
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post #20 of 22
I have the NordicWare one. I really like it and have never had problems with the two sides cooking unevenly. As far as the torting issue, I poke a few holes in both the top and bottom with a bubble tea straw and then fill them up with filling, buttercream, etc.

I bought mine at BryLane Home for something like $16. It was on sale and then I had a promo code for 30% off.
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post #21 of 22
I also have the Nordicware pan. I haven't tried it yet though. I guess I'm waiting for an occassion. Like I really need an excuse to make cake right? LOL icon_biggrin.gif
post #22 of 22

It is a different pan..it's a 3D pan..one side is the base and the other is the top :)

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